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  1. Interpreting the Data for Webster County Elementary/Middle School A presentation for Faculty and Staff Pre-Planning, 2011-2012

  2. How are we doing? Georgia vs. Webster

  3. Comparison of 2010-2011 CRCT State to Webster County Percent of Students Scoring in Does Not Meet the Standard/Performance Level 1 in Science Graph A

  4. Comparison of 2010-11 CRCT State to Webster County Percent of Students Scoring in Does Not Meet the Standard/Performance Level 1 in Social Studies Graph B

  5. So…we have a problem or two! But wait, there’s more….. Science Social Studies

  6. 2010-2011 OAS Technology Literacy Results Percent achieving mastery/competency in each domain Why aren’t our students performing better on this assessment? Table1

  7. What can we do?

  8. If we expect different results in the future, we have to make some changes in what we are doing today. So….

  9. Our goals: • To increase the number of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students who meet or exceed the CRCT performance standards in science by a minimum of 3% by 2013. • To increase the number of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students who meet or exceed the CRCT performance standards in social studies by a minimum of 3% by 2013. • To increase the number of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students achieving mastery/competency on the OAS Technology Literacy Test by 3% by 2013.

  10. How can we achieve these goals? All classrooms now have 21st Century technology tools for teacher and STUDENT use!

  11. Technology is the Key

  12. Professional Development will be Provided Mandatory attendance at professional development workshops (to be offered monthly) You will learn to use your new technology tools so that you will be able to teach your students to utilize the technology to bring science and social studies to life in completing their assignments.

  13. A GREAT place to start is Georgia Standards.orgWhy? They’ve already done the work for YOU!

  14. SMART BOARD USE EXAMPLE

  15. SMART Document use example http://www1.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=35994&title=60_Sec_Tech_Episode_22_Smart_Document_Camera_and_Science&ref=Mrobert6

  16. Clicker activity

  17. Lesson using IPODs

  18. Lesson with digital cameras

  19. How will we know if the plan is working?

  20. Webster County Schools Technology Integration Rubric (Teacher)

  21. Adapted from rubric of Kennesaw State University Educational Technology Center. (2010). Retrieved from edtech.kennesaw.edu/admin/ED51100/Performance%20Rubric.doc

  22. References